As one of the most consistent betting platforms, Wagerr has been able to establish a loyal following online, attracting interest in its blockchain-powered solution. Transparency has been essential to this success.
The reported period covering seven days saw 322 reported events and the betting volume reached $WGR 7,304,433, or roughly $234,281, better than most recent reports. The net mint/burn figure stood at -473,215 WGR with the biggest burn coming on a Toronto Raptors selection at -313,646.
The biggest mint came on Helsingborg with 397,387 WGR won by players and most action was seen on the Washington Wizards vs Milwaukee Bucks game that generated 628,111 WGR in betting handle.
Wagerr has been posting much improved results, specifically thanks to the NBA Playoffs, Champions League and Europa League competitions returning. Despite the dip in betting activity in Q2, 2020, though, Wagerr has been on an upward trajectory with the trend line increasing consistently, without any dips, since September 2019.
The company has been successful in establishing itself as a trusted blockchain betting website, alongside such established betting agencies as Cloudbet, 1xBit, and SportsBet.io. However, of the three mentioned, Wagerr is the only one to report weekly on its results and keep the community apprised of the latest numbers.